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BREAKING: Venezuela Resumes Direct Oil Shipments to China Despite U.S. Sanctions

Photo: Reuters (Reuters) - Venezuela has resumed direct shipments of oil to China after U.S. sanctions sent the trade underground for more than a year, according to Refinitiv Eikon vessel-tracking data and internal documents from state company Petroleos de Venezuela (PDVSA). Chinese state companies

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WEEKLY NOTION - Moderna, the Life of the vaccine party

The vaccine rotation trade got another burst of momentum overnight, with Moderna's Covid-19 vaccine preliminary data indicating a 94.50% effectiveness. More importantly, it can be stored in a beer fridge, and not in Antarctica, making distribution logistics exponentially easier. We are likely to get

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[DAILY NOTION] WTI Crude Levels Are Still Relevant

WTI Crude November FutureFor five weeks we have been bouncing around in a 5-point range of 3660 – 4140/70. Down one week & up the next.On Tuesday & Wednesday, we recovered all of Friday & Monday's losses. Yesterday we held the low for the week & headed back towards Wednesday's high.

Libya ceasefire to close WTI bullish trend

The news that the military blockage in Libya shut down the two large crude oil fields, which made WTI yield. At release time, the crude oil trades near $58.75, looking to close the bullish opening gap. It looks oil bulls cheered the weekend reports of the Libyan outage, and then the prices jumped to

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